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of any house member who's served in the senate will tell you. gold talks about theñ&buáuáq beg the place where the defense is -- the offense is in the primacy, and in the senate, the defense is in the primacy. house minorities, as i knew for sen -- seven years, get curbed. there's an effect in legislation that it tampers the momentary political passion that are moving through the house, and the more enduring will, the will of the american people, more likely to triumph over the passion. it will make it less efficient, but as we know, that was not the main game of the framers, inefficient government. to the extent the senate becomes a mirror image of the house, which we're seeing with the one man rules committee named harry reid, we'll still have the benefits of the bicameral legislature, but tempered, and the deliberation, especially, is going to be hurt. that's the third point. the liberation is really the proposed power grabby the majority underminds deliberation, that's really intended to improve legislation. the issue's not whether or not harry reid continues his unprecedented effort
agree with the impetus of your question. >> i think it begs the question of why did that happen. honestly, time is always a factor. clearly, no specific follow-up over time. one of the major recommendations of the building plan, which fell off from 10 embassies a year to three. tied to budget constraints and et cetera. so i think it was a combination of factors. while 1999 is certainly close to this decade, the world has changed radically in this decade. the risks that are associated with that world are, i think -- we are in a much more difficult and challenging position with respect to meeting the needs to be out there and doing so in a way that our people are very specifically secured. >> there is a specific recommendation for a ten-year program. a very significant level of funding, specifically to meet the point that admiral mullen made that are building programs. it needs to go back to the original target. >> ambassador, you are extremely critical of the performances of individuals in the view of diplomatic security. the middle east bureau. this is part of a hierarchy of org
got a couple minutes left. i beg to that view, he did reporting on this and you talk to john moran and both men have passed away in the last couple years after the case was decided. tell us about lawrence and garner. >> guest: they were both people who grew up with a humble background. not much education. tyrone garner is one of the tents of 10 children in the lack that his family. he never had a permanent home, never owned a car, shifted from house to house. shawn lawrence did have a steady job as a medical technologist, but neither he nor tyrone were ever involved in any kind of civil rights movement for civil rights causes until the case came along. tyrone garner died in 2006 about a year after it interviewed him and john moran said last november in 2011 about six months after my second interview with him, in which he told me that whole story. >> host: unit to set the record straight about what actually happened in the department. he never got to tell his story at the time this case is coming on. i take it he also was proud of the case than what it had accomplished. >> guest: ye
of change. 2013 is coming. we can't have the same issues. it's not supposed to be fair on everyone. so i beg you, let's try something different. [applause] >> how about the female speaker from the northwest? anybody from the northwest? yes. >> whatever we do, i try to think different -- >> your name. >> i am anthony dames friend northwest. whatever we do, trying to pick something different in so many places is difficult, especially when there's more important things to focus on. [applause] >> okay, time is slightly against us. i now need to call in order to conclude the debate from the northeast, mr. matthew wilson. [applause] >> thank you, mr. speaker. transport has become a necessity. we use it to get educators, to get health care and to get employment. in recent years, transport it backwards. crisis have rocketed in the liability has made young people's lives are difficult. today we have heard that cost is the biggest issue for young people. statistics have shown that 16 to 18-year-olds the other transport fares are too high. to put them into context, that is more than double the populati
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